Shares of Cabela's (NYSE:CAB) climbed nearly 10% today after the company increased guidance sharply on its earnings per share, which the company attributed to strong growth both in its retail and Internet sales. In this video, however, Motley Fool consumer-goods analyst Blake Bos questions whether this is sustainable growth for the company, or whether current sociopolitical events are driving outsized demand that may burst one day shortly down the road under a different political climate. Comment below if you think demand will continue or bust in the quarters ahead.
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